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Welcome to Good Finance

Welcome to Good Finance

Our mission is to help charities & social enterprises navigate the world of social investment.

What we do

Good Finance is a collaborative project to help improve access to information on social investment for charities and social enterprises.

We recognise social investment can often be confusing and difficult to navigate. That's why in 2016 key representative from social enterprises, charity and social investment sectors came together to launch an initiative to help tackle this barrier for social sector organisations.

investors and advisers listed on our directory
users of the website
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Is social investment right for us?

This diagnostic tool will help you decide whether social investment is right for your organisation.

It takes about 2-3 minutes to complete and it will ask you questions about your organisation and your financial needs.

Featured case study

Sutton Community Farm is a community-owned farm in South London growing vegetables under organic principles. The investors came from across the local community and from supporters of the organisation.​​

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Our trusted partners

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Department for Culture Media and Sport
The foundation for social investment
National council for voluntary organisations
Communities ambitious for change
Flip finance
Social enterprise uk
Really wish Good Finance was around when we were looking for investment. I think I would have far fewer grey hairs now.
Andy Reeve, Director, Impact Hub Birmingham